Activity Sectors

Plumbing for the civil and industrial buildings sector

We specialise in supporting the civil and industrial building sector that deals with even large-sized plumbing and thermal hydraulic plants. We produce brass inserts that are used for PPR, PPSU, CPVC, PVDF moulding, or other types of plastic used to transport hot and cold water. Brass fittings for water filter moulding are part of our production assortment.


Following the specifications of our clients, Marangon can produce brass inserts with threads that range from 3/8 to a maximum of 5”, brass transport fittings and brass taps. These articles are mostly used in plastic moulding, in order to obtain connectors for polyethylene water pipes, polypropylene pipes, PVC pipes, irrigation systems, water counters, water cisterns and various systems for handling wastewater.


We have always guaranteed the professionality and reliability of the products we make for client companies that operate in the thermal hydraulics and bathroom and heating sector.

Gas for the civil and industrial building sector

Our know how allows us to assist the civil and industrial building sector that deals with gas. In this particular sphere we produce brass overmoulds for plastic moulding, in particular PE for gas transportation.


For the industrial sectors where gas is used we produce, in compliance with the specifications given to us by our clients, brass inserts for overmoulding PE with male and female threads from 3/8 to a maximum of 5’’ for brass transition fittings. Our pipe fittings are used above all for overmoulding with PE to obtain PE/Brass transition fittings that are used in systems for distributing gas for fuel.

Turned articles for other sectors

We also work in other business sectors that require “outsourced” production. With our experience in mechanical processing, we can produce turned articles and turned nuts and bolts for those clients who have a specific drawing of the item to be produced. We support the client during the preliminary and insert prototyping phases. Even though we are more used to producing large job orders, our structure allows us to manage even the smallest quantities of more complicated or larger-sized items.